Grants

2014

Anna Adlam & Fraser Milton, University of Exeter
An  Economic and Social Research Council, Project Development Fund for Transformative Social Science grant (2014-2015) has been awarded to Professor Brahm Norwich and colleagues (University of Exeter, Graduate School of Education) in collaboration with Dr Anna Adlam (CCNR) and Dr Fraser Milton (CCNR) to investiate the use of Lesson Study in mathematics education. This innovative study aims to bridge neuropsychology theory and practice with mathematics education.

Adam Zeman, University of Exeter
AHRC £80,000 (2015-16) The Eye's Mind - a study of the neural basis of visual imagination and its role in culture (science in culture innovation award). Research grant.

Anna Adlam & Henrietta Roberts, University of Exeter,
An ISSF Wellcome Trust Seed Corn Fund has been awarded to Anna Adlam and Henrietta Roberts to investigate whether working memory training reduces repetitive negative thought in depression. We will soon be recruiting to this study (see our get involved page for updates).

Anna Adlam & Fraser Milton, University of Exeter,
CLES Strategic Award A University of Exeter Strategic Award has been given to Anna Adlam and Fraser Milton to investigate the neural correlates of working memory training in children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. We will soon be recruiting to this study (see our get involved page for updates).

2013

Adam Zeman, University of Exeter
Dunhill Medical Trust £179,343 (2014-2017) Transient Epileptic Amnesia: causation, prognosis and the benefits of treatment. Project grant.

Anna Adlam, Exeter University
A University of Exeter Link Fund has been awarded to support the costs of a research visit to meet with international collaborations, Professor Shari Wade (Cincinnati Children's Hospital,Ohio) and Professor Keith Yeates (Nationwide Children's Hospital, Columbus, Ohio).

Anna Adlam, Exeter University
International Fellowship Award to support Professor McKay Sohlberg (University of Oregon) to visit the research group

David Llewellyn, Mary Kinross Charitable Trust
Vascular aspects of cognitive impairment and dementia (2013 – 2018)

2012

David Llewellyn, NIHR Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (PenCLAHRC) studentship
Metabolic dysfunction, lifestyle factors and dementia (2012 – 2015)

David Llewellyn, Lord Clinton’s Charitable Trust and Alice Ellen Cooper Dean Charitable Trust
Biomarkers for Alzheimer’s disease and dementia (2012 – 2014)

2011

Anna Adlam, Action Medical Research
A RCT investigating the efficacy of computerised working memory training in children (aged 8-16 years) who have survived a traumatic brain injury (2012-2015)

Anna Adlam, The British Academy
A study investigating the acceptability and feasibility of using computerised working memory training with children (aged 8-16 years) who have survived a brain injury (2011-2013)

Anna Adlam, British Psychological Society
An international seminar series will be hosted by the University of Exeter and the University of East Anglia to share research developments in paediatric neuropsychology theory and evidence-based interventions (2012-2014)

David Llewellyn, Alzheimer’s Association
Vitamin D and the risk of dementia in the Cardiovascular Health Study (2011 – 2013)

David Llewellyn, Norman Family Charitable Trust
Emerging risk factors for Alzheimer’s disease and dementia (2011 – 2014)

David Llewellyn, Age Related Diseases and Health Trust
Emerging biomarkers for Alzheimer's disease and dementia (2011 – 2013)

David Llewellyn, EPSRC Bridging the Gaps programme
Advanced imaging techniques for the ageing brain (2011 – 2013)

David Llewellyn, Sir Halley Stewart Trust
Fat-derived hormones and dementia (2011 – 2012)

David Llewellyn, James Tudor Foundation
Fat-derived hormones and dementia (2011 – 2012)

David Llewellyn, Peninsula Medical School Foundation
Vitamin D and the risk of dementia (2011 – 2012)

2010

Adam Zeman, Epilepsy Research UK
Accelerated long-term forgetting in epilepsy: the role of interference. PhD studentship, University of Edinburgh. (2010-2013)

2007

Huw Williams, Economic and Social Research Council
The individual in the group: Social identity and the dynamics of change (with T. Postmes, J. Jetten, C. Haslam, M. Ryan & H. Williams).

Huw Williams, Economic and Social Research Council
ESRC-Case funding, in collaboration with the Jockey Club UK, for research in concussion and memory in sports.

Huw Williams, DAART
Brain Activation in Pain

2006

Huw Williams, DAART
Brain Activation in Chronic Pain